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Summer threats to our pets

December 13th, 2017

Fun in the sun: Heatstroke and sunburn can be issues for our pets in the summer months

The Australian summer has arrived and along with it a number of threats for pets that owners need to be aware of and take steps to prevent.

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Cashed-up young Muslim travellers offer hope for tourist operators

November 14th, 2017

Travel spending by young Muslim tourists is set to top $100 billion and provide significant opportunities for tourism and hospitality industries in the Asia-Pacific region, according to research by Murdoch University.

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New tools and technologies helping wildlife conservation

October 6th, 2017

A Murdoch University researcher who is developing tools to study Australian wildlife from afar, will be showcasing her work in a public lecture at the Perth campus on Monday.

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Study gives cultural insight to meat market

September 14th, 2017

New research has given the sheep industry a valuable insight into the meat preferences of other countries.

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WA scientists help crack barley genetic code

April 27th, 2017

Professor Chengdao Li (Image: Wayne Rochat)

The development of new and improved barley varieties is set to be accelerated, after the complete barley genome was recently mapped by an international consortium, which included Murdoch University scientists.

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Murdoch Agricultural Research Symposium

August 10th, 2016

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Murdoch University is to host a conference to discuss the latest advances in agricultural research. The Murdoch Agricultural Research Symposium will be held at the University’s Perth campus on Friday, 2 September. Murdoch’s leading scientists and research students will discuss a range of topics, including advances in sheep and cattle production and welfare, acid and […]

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Obituary: John David Frodsham (5 January 1930 – 5 May 2016)

May 19th, 2016

Professor John Frodsham

Professor John Frodsham was the inspirational Foundation Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Murdoch University and served as Foundation Dean of the School of Human Communication from 1973 to 1976. The following obituary was written by his son Stefan Frodsham.

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Vice Chancellor fears further global financial crises

July 11th, 2012

Murdoch University Vice Chancellor Professor Richard Higgott has warned that without market system reform the world economy is in danger of experiencing further financial crises.

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Murdoch alumni appear on panel TV show

April 19th, 2011

Murdoch Alumni Relations and Murdoch Business School have joined forces with West TV on Channel 44 to film and broadcast an innovative new program, A Meeting of Minds.

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